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, man. let them see your arm! sit down and let them look at your arm. toliver: patrick, patrick patrick, patrick. hold on, patrick. patrick, i'll handcuff you. hold up. patrick, i'll handcuff you. no, i don't want you to handcuff me. i did not call for your help. let us see your arm. he ain't going to see my arm. let us put something on it. why don't you just put a bandage on it so when you do get ready to go. can i just wrap it up to help stop it from bleeding? don't flick your blood around. you got severe damage. your hand is ice-cold. you're going to lose your hand if we don't get you to the hospital. my hand ain't ice-cold. yes, it is. i can feel it through the glove. you really need to go now, pat. you got to go to the hospital. you need to get a bandage on it. i ain't did nothing wrong and i ain't done nothing to you. nobody said you did anything wrong. let me do what i want to do. i'm going to go to the hospital. you can't tell me i got to go right now. we'd like you to go, patrick. we want your hand to be okay. patrick. if he don't want to go we're going to go ahead and lock
and joe wanted a child of their own and decided to adopt patrick, a baby boy from south korea. >> he was a very hands-on father. he was always doing something with patrick. all the time. it was either baseball lessons or hockey practice or going fishing. i mean, they were together all the time. >> reporter: but now joe was gone. patrick and kay had survived. and detective kendall had some questions for kay. >> how do you know he came through the window? >> there are some other questions detectives would like answered. why did the intruders demand valuables but then leave them behind? and after murdering her husband, why did they leave kay alive? >> the indicators are in cases like this that it's the spouse, not a random act. >> when "behind closed doors" continues. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] a truly unlimited life needs truly unlimited data from sprint. and now, get $100 off samsung galaxy phones at sprint stores and sprint.com. yeah by the time i do there's all these mystery stains. i mean is it coffee? could be gravy. yeah. so now i use tide boost with my tide. it's double powerful
. that airs live at 4 p.m. eastern. >> host: well, we want to introduce you to patrick butler who is president and ceo of a group called the association of public television stations. mr. butler, welcome to "the communicators." >> guest: thank you very much. >> host: how do you define a public television station? >> guest: well, a public television station is defined by the public broadcasting act of 1967 as a noncommercial educational television station which has obligations under the law and under fcc regulations to provide educational, cultural and informational services to the communities that question serve, and we serve -- that we serve, and we serve virtually every american through 170 licensees operating 360 television stations. >> host: how are you funded? >> guest: we're funded -- it's a little bit complex. the corporation for public broadcasting has foundation grants called community service grants for each of our stations, and that funds about an average of 15% of our station budgets. but the further away from the big cities you get, the more rural you get and so forth, the percent
. >> host: you're watching c-span's communicators program. our guest this week is patrick butler, the president and ceo of the association of public television stations. oarages reporter is kamala lane. >> transition into a proceeding at the fcc that involves broadcast incentive auctions. i know the apps is heavily involved in that proceeding. out of any options that have been thrown out there can you give us an idea what are the options that public television stations have in terms of that proceeding? >> guest: we have created a spectrum opportunities task force at my association, to evaluate all of these opportunities and options on behalf of our public television station that includes offering spectrum in the auction itself. it includes channel sharing and spectrum leasing and other opportunities that may be available to a private transactions, and so we think that there are both opportunities for greater efficiency in our system and for greater revenue opportunities in our system sponsoredded with the spectrum auction proceeding. and we think this is a ones once in a lifetime
and full room. i will keep it brief. quickly saint patrick's day which was march 16 went off pretty well citywide. this year the saint patrick's parade was on a saturday. when the day rolled around the city was partied out. so saint patrick day itself was pretty low key. nothing major incident wise and the city was relatively pretty busy, lots of deployment from sfpd and everything was handled pretty well. a list have -- of incidents few that i will mention, 3130 mission mission incidents out of this particular menu. we've already started talking to mission statement about this with a plan of action for this particular venue we've also reviewed the ownership and management as well and we'll meet with them next week and report back to you any changes and what our point of action is. also, we've also done a few other things as the commission knows last time there is a permit for a raz room. we did test that location. the first night we issued the rest of the permits for the week and we did receive no sound complaints. that went off fine. there were no sound complaints at that week from th
were abducted by their parents ended up in cuba. those are the children. >> patrick, you've narrowed your reporting and your search down to a marina what have you seen? >> amazingly enough, we ran into the shame boat that this man hunt now has been looking for both in cuba and in the united states and the straits of florida. it's where most foreigners' boths would come into havana. and we drove throughout the entire marina. lots of boats. and there in the last slip of the marina, was the boat, the salty, the same one with the paw prints and the side that is on the hills borrow. site. we started shooting a little bit of video of their boat and could i see on the deck of the boat a small child playing. and while we were shooting, immediately cuban security became aware we were there. told us to stop filming the security seemed like it was state security with sidearms on them telling us to stop filming. in the middle of this a man it came out, are you josh? and sure looked like josh. and he said yes. and he said who are you. and i told him we were cnn. he wanted to talk to him. he quick
. the massachusetts governor duval patrick is here. he's not far away. he is going to be joining us live this hour. he's coming over here to our location. we'll get the latest from him. sources have told us there has been what they call significant progress in this investigation. sources also say the investigators want to question a possible suspect who has been seen spotted on videotape. washington meanwhile has been rattled by official word that comes after a letter sent to president obama and the u.s. senator have tested positively at least initially for the deadly poison ricin. we're just learning that president obama will deliver a statement on the gun control measure that just failed in congress. he will go to the white house rose garden. this hour we'll have live coverage of the president deeply disappointed because they have failed to pass these, even these modified background check expansion regulations. meanwhile, authorities are supposed to come out fairly soon to brief us on the latest investigation in the boston marathon bombings. we're getting conflicting word on when that might happen i
to capitol hill. this time, u.s. postmaster general patrick donahoe told a house committee, the postal service is operating with a broken business model and losing $25 million daily. unless congress changes laws, donahoe predicts the situation will become worse. he suggests cutting saturday delivery and tighter controls on healthcare and pensions. more americans are warming up to the idea of renting. allstate insurance reports the demographics for renters are changing: the median age of renters is 40 years old. roughly 60% of renters are over the age of 35. "we're seeing people move in to the renters market by choice. they like the flexibility that comes with renting, and they have some concerns about investing their money in a depreciating asset - that being a home - without any knowledge of whether or not we've hit a bottom in terms of real estate pricing." that was don bailey of allstate insurance. meanwhile, millenials are moving in to the role of home ownership. a growing trend also reveals many younger couples are buying homes before marriage. doll demand gave a lift to mattel's
, but i think patricia sent you an e-mail which -- my name is patrick [speaker not understood] and i'm the executive assistant at the ihss public authority and a staff liaison to the governing body. >> um-hm. >>> patricia asked me if i would just read her e-mail if that's okay with you. it says, i am sorry not to be here with you today, but due to the current state of my disability -- >> sir, excuse me. i'll give you an opportunity to come up when i ask for public comments. >>> me? >> yeah. >>> okay. >> next person is elva hernandez. are you here? hi, elva. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. my name is elva hernandez and i am an in-home support services worker [speaker not understood]. and i have served the board for almost six years and i have been a health care worker for 13 years. i feel that my experience is a long time in the home support service provider and i would like to continue serving on the board. i hope that you will approve my reappointment to seat 4. thank you for your consideration. >> thank you. any questions? >> yes. good morning or good afternoon to you. >>> good a
at the daytona 500. i had no idea they've been racing that thing for 500 years. please welcome danica patrick. ( cheers and applause ). ms. patrick, may i call you danica. >> yes, please. however you feel necessary to address me. >> stephen: danica, thanks so much for coming on. i am a huge fan of you, okay. first of all, nascar is the great american sport. all right. >> i agree. stephen: everybody talks about danica patrick, you know, first woman to get pole position at daytona 500. that kind of stuff. ( cheers and applause ). do you ever get tired of life. i'm a woman. i'm a driver. i'm not a woman driver. i'm a driver driver. >> i mean people mention it. i don't really mind because i know it's what helped me get to where i am. i hope when i'm done racing that people remember me as a great driver. >> stephen: so perceive you as a woman. i don't. you could have just easily be a man. can you help me out here. i want to understand some of the finer points of the nascar. >> okay. stephen: you start off with an indy car. >> i'm not very smart with this stuff. make them softball questions for me.
response. just in terms of the amount of information they're being given by mayor patrick, the mayor, the commissioner of police davis. whether there's a sense this is being handled in an efficient, effective and calm manner so far. >> i think that first of all, i think both governor patrick and commissioner davis did themselves a great service last night at that press conference that took place while your show was on the air. governor patrick slapping down that alex jones idiot, then commissioner davis producing really the only piece of information at that press conference, which is that the gentleman in the hospital was not a suspect. and commissioner davis was quite firm about that. and i think they both did themselves a great service and the city a great service by being as definitive in pfotenhauer cases as they are. this is so far been a very locked down investigation. very little leaking. there's talk now about finding photographs before the event and whether or not the security along boylston street was at tight as it should be. >> charlie, i want to just jump in for a second
patrick, the governor, who rises in one occasion after the other and the president who is the aingeor of the service today. all of them will speak. it's going to be sort of a classic interfaith service with script actual readings from various texts and also beautiful hymns, of course, you'll be hearing that throughout and we'll talking whenever we can. then at the end of the service we'll try to talk to everyone who was in there, and experienced that room. alex wagner from msnbc and mike barnicle, also, of course with us and congressman ed markey who is from massachusetts as well so we'll try hear from everybody. let me go to governor malloy again. yesterday, these are sort of coming together, colliding, if you will, these emotional experiences for our country. newtown in december seems like yesterday, and, of course, this monday horror up at boston along the parade route, in fact, at the finish line for the boston marathon. what has been a change in your life having lived through all of this because you've been really now a veteran of this kind of the season of horror for us? >> you
. royce, he's sneaky. who should go home? "patrick." that was a punk-ass move. [bleep] him. (patrick) now i'm pissed. i thought that the lobsters were a [bleep] on you. i didn't [bleep] you-- no, no, i know, but-- you want to be a squirmy little [bleep] somebody's gonna [bleep] you up. (announcer) after a night of poor performances on the blue team, the men go to bed feeling deflated. but in the morning kimmie has a plan... i don't know, i was just bored yesterday so i got down and wrote a rap. (announcer) to lift everyone's spirits. deep down, i love to cook, and it's my passion. but i also have this side thing with rapping. so you know, i was ready to show 'em that i could rap too. you ready? yeah, for sure. ♪ so we in hell's kitchen to prove we're bitchen ♪ ♪ started out with 18 down to 11 ♪ ♪ next thing you know we'll be at seven ♪ ♪ clemenza, pat royce, j., and brian ♪ ♪ better get your [bleep] straight ♪ ♪ before you go home cryin' ♪ ♪ yo, baby, yo, baby, yo ♪ ♪ kickin' y'all's asses in all the challenges ♪ ♪ boys, watch out before you feel so pow
gray's anatomy dr. gray himself. patrick democracy is himself. patrick democracy is here ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusts of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >> berkeley city leaders encourage business on telegraph avenue to put an all nighter pull an all nighter permanentl permanently. city council voted to extend operating hours for businesses in the area of telegraph avenue between dwight and bancroft way next to the uc berkeley campus. lillian is live in berkeley with more. >> 2:00 a.m. is the latest business here on telegraph can stay open but in a matter of weeks some could be operating around the clock. night owl could soon have more option in berkeley. many cal students like the sound of that. >> if we are not heading to the city or something like that, there's always something like we are
'malley for opening the embrace of his cathedral to all of us. to president obama, to governor patrick, to mayor menino, to all who are in public service, to the religious leaders of the commonwealth, to every citizen, regardless of creed, we gather as a community, as brothers and sisters in the household of god, to bow our heads in solemn prayer for the repose of the souls of three innocent victims whose lives were violently taken and for the countless victims who will bear painful wounds for the rest of their lives. we come today to thank god for the police and firefighters, the national guard, for the doctors and nurses, for all who courageously.flessly and we pray that our gracious, loving and compassionate, our merciful god, the healer of our souls and bodies, watch over us and comfort us in our hour of pain. and that he who is the prince of peace bring peace to our souls and to our community. and may almighty god bless america. >> metropolitan methodius, the greek orthodox leader, spiritual leader of boston and new england. speaking now, mayor thomas menino, the city's longest serving mayo
's first term. he's now with the center for the national interest. and patrick cronin, senior director of the asia-pacific security program at the center for a new american security. welcome to you both. patrick cronin, what do you make of the dia reports that came out yesterday about the prospect of north korea having a nuclear warhead that could fit atop a missile. and then the rollback by the head of the director of national intelligence and the pentagon? >> well, based on the excerpt of the dia report, it seems that the defense intelligence community is saying its he reasonable to assume that north korea has overcome the major hurdles to miniaturizing a warhead so it can be place add top a missile. but we don't have evidence of that. we don't have direct evidence. and so i think the rollback, the pushback from secretary kerry and others today in seoul, we're saying not so fast. don't make people think this is a black and white issue. we're making asump shuns based on circumstantial evidence. we haven't yet seen it demonstrated. and we may not until they have that capability and the
explosions that happened in the boston marathon yesterday. first up governor deval patrick, the governor of massachusetts. >> there's an enormous presence of federal, state and also local law enforment agencies working very much hand hand and pulling in the same direction. that's important. i think as chief executive my job is to make sure they have the resources they need and to step back and give them the space they need to do what they must do. and we as citizens, i think have to be patient with that the other thing on the comforter side is to assure people of that about which i am confident which is that we will heal. we will be strong and we will be a sustaining community even through arage like this one. >> rose: we kin this evening with mike barnicle of msnbc's morning joe kevin cullen of "boston globe" and john miller of cbs. >> if they think they will get us they don't know much. we care in boston about politics, sports and revenge. the revenge is the laughter of our children. these guys don't knowwhat ty did. every cop i talked to today, just hard looks and people are ready. a
of the victims of the bombing, 29-year-old krystle campbell. massachusetts governor deval patrick will attend and at 2:50 p.m. eastern time bells across boston will ring to mark one week since those twin bombs went off just feet from the marathon's finish line changing so many lives in this that incident. joining me from washington, pete williams. let's talk about dzhokhar tsarnaev. he isn't talking yet but he's communicating. what more do we know about that and let's also talk about the issue of whether or not charges are coming today. >> okay. in terms of his communication, we're told that they are asking him questions for brief periods of time and that he is responding to some questions in writing. we don't know how complete or how thorough this is only that he's conscious and that he is responding to these questions, which during this stage will have to be confined to the issue of whether there's a continuing threat, whether other people were working with him, whether there were other bombs out there, things of that nature. now, on the question of whether charges or when they'll be filed,
. police say 2-year-old chase hakken and cole were kidnapped. we will bring in patrick who saw one of the boys on a boat in havana. >> reporter: and this is probably the largest tourist marina in havana. it is where boats come in to check in with immigration authorities and check in with customs. it is full of americans despite the embargo. there are plenty of boats. as we are driving through the large marina today we saw a number och votes that we saw could have been the hakken boat. the last slip in the marina the bo boat "salty" was there. we saw boys playing on the deck. some cuban security came out, some of them with arms on their hips said you need to stop filming immediately. and then we saw a man come out and i said are you josh and he said yes. i said i am a reporter. he said i don't want to talk to you. we said is this man under arrest. they said no. they let us approach the boat. and there on the boat was one of the boys. there was josh hakken and his wife. they didn't want to talk to me. they just kept saying we don't know what you are talking about. we have nothing to
force participation and whether that headline moves around or not. joining us now, patrick o'keefe, director of research and former district secretary in the department of labor and julia koronado. great to see you guys as a team there back stateside. but maybe you can give us a sense of what the most important figure is to watch for julia starting in the report today. >> i think you touched on some of the main ones. how much of an impact of the sequester do we see, how broad based is the job -- are the job gains and then also the unemployment rate. do we make progress or do we actually backtrack perhaps because labor force participation starts to rise. that would be a positive signal if people are starting to come back into the later force. so that wouldn't necessarily be a negative if the unemployment rate rose a touch because people are coming back. >> patrick, which one is going to be more telling, do you think, the number of jobs added or that unemployment rate? >> well, i think the jobs added is -- the unemployment rate is so misleading because of the denominator proble
judgment. i think the caution you're hearing from governor patrick and ed davis, the police commissioner, is about right. the who matters less now than that we're getting people to safety and they got people to safety quickly. >> tom fuentes, certainly the fact that there were multiple devices and seemingly coordinated, we don't know the means by which they were coordinated, but that is significant. that is though they might not be sophisticated devices, that at least shows a level of planning or sophistication in how this was carried out. >> well, that could be, anderson, but you could easily have one person drop one device in a trash container at one location, walk 100 yards to the other location, drop one in there, and then maybe remotely detonate it by cell phone or have some type of a timer or delayed fuse or some way to detonate it, where they could both go off together but not require multiple people to deliver them. so this could be as few as one person or one, two, five people, maybe, involved in this -- setting this thing up. it's possible for one to have done it. >> tom, how m
believe massachusetts governor deval patrick. they have addressed the press several times. it will be the boston police department giving some more updates on the latest there. greg was in the medic tent, speaking to us by phone, when he saw the first responders spring into action. did you see the people brought in? did you see the kind of injuries people were sustaining? >> i did. to put it bluntly, i would prefer not to describe what i saw. i would say only people in military or emts responding to accident victims or that sort, it's not something i would not -- as you might guess, it was bloody injuries, ranging from what i would guess were superficial to much more severe than that. and you can just speculate based on what you've seen the medical reports are. i was in there. i saw the immediate victims being brought in, so it was not pretty. >> greg, who ran the marathon today, was in the medic tent at the moment of the explosion. i hope you're feeling better and thank you so much for joining us tonight. really appreciate it. >> you bet. again, my prayers are out to the
a bargain? bring the cargo pants! >> how about taking dpz of off the conviction buy list. patrick doyle's going to join us at 10:15. >> that downgrade has got real power. the stock's up. the conviction buy list versus the buy list. david, what is that? what kind of -- how much different levels of buys are there? >> it questions what they really mean when they buy. have you no conviction in your buy? >> i'm recommending a stock i have no conviction whatsoever. >> from now on when we refer to a buy at the goldman sachs, say it's the no-conviction buy. >> jeff skilling. no-conviction buy. you go to jail for many years but there's no conviction. >> there are 19 convictions. the sentence is changing. we will talk to patrick doyle at 10:15. you're going to come back for that? >> of course! pat itty doyle? have you used the mobile app at domino's? that's killer. >> you know where your pizza is at any moment. >> what kind of music do you say when it's coming. oh, man, it's so good! >> no, i've never used -- >> you still go to pizza hut, huh? >> you live in new york city and you order from domin
. patrick cathedral near downtown san jose last august. his fellow firefighters gave him immediate attention, which ryan credits with saving his life. >> if this had happened somewhere else, outcome may be a little different. >> ryan has been a san jose firefighter for 17 years and was a paramedic for 20 years before that. his colleagues, many of them who haven't seen him in seventh month, welcomed him back to the fire house. tomorrow is his first official day back on the job. >>> new details on the strike that silenced a san francisco symphony. this afternoon, we learned the symphony has reached a tentative agreement with the musicians union, thus ending the two-week strike. the new 26-month contract will be put to a vote by the full orchestra. the board of governors also has to approve it. details are not being released until it is ratified. the musicians will return to the stage this tuesday morning for a children's concert. >>> now to the weather. as promised, rain fell across the bay area today. this is what drivers faced as they headed through san leandro on interstate 880 this afterno
to start thinking what happened. >> he suffered a massive heart attack while battling a fire at st. patrick's. he was at the right place at the right time. the care he received was critical to his survival. he was released from the hospital in three weeks. over the last seven months he was hen been doing rehab, anxious to return to fighting fires. >> doing this long and taking the normalcy out of your life it's a little awkward. >> he says he has had to change his diet a little but remains modest. the firefighters that saved him, he says he can't thank them enough. >> these guys don't take thank you very well. i don't think anybody in the profession very well. i think they know it. >> the next shift is wednesday and friday. i asked him if he thought about easing back into the demanding schedule. he said his bosses gave him that option. he wanted to get back to full time work immediately. >>> still ahead, a major decision from prosecutors in colorado. find out if they plan to ask for the death penalty against james holmes. >> mounting tensions on the korean peninsula >> eric: new this mornin
, patrick from san francisco. i know you are looking for areas to save money, i think you can save money in position decisions which include buildings that is right going to attach to the dooept. a policy decision that could be made easily. thank you very much. >> thank you, mr. part patrick. any other m members for public comment? thank you no comment. item is closed. next comment? item? >> update and vulnerability assessment in the construction document. >> directors will be part on this item? >> thank you, chair. executive members, board. bob with p a. i want to provide you on an update today on two aspects of the design flt . in the past 2 board meetings we've updated you on the project. in the
. >> i'm jim patrick with patrick and company. there have been a lot of discussions on this board, but i think the board needs to make policies to encourage buildings to happen around their area. i'm right around their area. to my knowledge there is no policies in place to incur this tax increase. i'm against the aluminum awe ning. we have a building near by. the pigeons love it and the dirt loves it. it will buildup and you just can't go in with a rag and wipe those out every 3 or 4 months. it's really impossible. to clean it, we water spray down and it's a big mess. i believe, no. 1. no. 2, the pigeons love it. they will find their way in and there is a lot of areas. big problems with pigeons. so i think we really need to rethink this. no. 3, i like the visibility and the idea of being able to see action and reducing 20 percent. you won't be as visible and being able to see it and as the dirt builds up in these circles, they are getting smaller and smaller and the visibility will get less and less. i don't think it's a good idea. i think mr. clark has some great ideas, but i don't thin
". >> thanks music from seventh and mad men liz both and from gray's anatomy dr. gray himself. patrick democracy is himself. patrick democracy is here get 3 years interest-free financing on brand name mattress sets. plus, get free delivery and sleep train's 100-day low price guarantee. sleep train's interest-free for 3 event is on now! ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >> berkeley city leaders encourage business on telegraph avenue to put an all nighter pull an all nighter permanentl permanently. city council voted to extend operating hours for businesses in the area of telegraph avenue between dwight and bancroft way next to the uc berkeley campus. lillian is live in berkeley with more. >> 2:00 a.m. is the latest business here on telegraph can stay open but in a matter of weeks some could be operating around the clock. night owl could soon have more option in berkeley. many cal students like the sound of that. >> if we are not heading to the city or something like that, there's always something like we are looking to do. in one month businesses on telegraph avenue be
of the public wishing to address you on that item? >> i would like to make a comment. >> patrick, and patrick and company. i attend many of these board meetings but you are right, i believe that the cac, is a joke. i am sorry to say that. there is fine people there, but this board takes no notice of their activity in a minimum you should at least have their minutes so that you can see what is going on, what has come to their. i know that there is one issue about the artwork for the transbay terminal and they wrote the board a letter and no response. i don't think that they are effective and you need to make that order effective. thank you. >> thank you. >> and members of the public that want to address you on that item? >> so with a first and a second? >> harper? >> aye. >> lloyd. >> aye. >> metcalf. >> aye. >> reiskin. >> aye. >> that is four ayes item ten is approved. item eleven. >> approval. >> second. >> no members of the public wishing to address you on that. and believe that harper harper will be abstaining? >> lloyd? >>ite aye. >> reiskin >> aye. >> and that does conclude it for toda
mad men and elizabeth lost and meredith gray himself, patrick >> dan: tonight a bay area company that makes a robot doctors use to perform surgeries is under investigation. there are reports of problems and even death. ron clayborn has more. >> robo surgery has been hailed as a major medical breakthrough with claims that highly precise robots are steadier than the human hand. tie any forceps peel the skin off a grape and better outcomes for patients. they have performed hundreds of operations. >> the tip of instrument moves one millimeter. >> this week they cited him for complications during 11 robotic surgeries. in one instance a aorta was torn. he and his lawyer declined comment. fda is looking into increasing number of serious medical problems and even death. among 500 incidents, a doctor could not control movements and death after a patient's bowel was ripped. and also doctors say it's the device but they say there are other things. >> during an operation when there needs to be an emergency cpr or to an operation, the robot has gotten in the way. >> in a written statement the
to home ownership. kpix 5's patrick sedillo with how they managed to get their homes for a bargain. >> reporter: this is the moment 36 families have been waiting for for a long time. owning their own homes in daly city. they helped to build with help from habitat for humanity. >> today is the culmination of 160,000 hours of bay area volunteer time. >> reporter: the peninsula is infamous for expensive houses. the median price? $600,000. keeps home ownership out of reach for most. the mortgage they will pay? >> $210,000. >> reporter: last year these high school students spent their spring break volunteering to help build the 36 condos. along with more than 12,000 people. >> washer and dryer. >> reporter: she and her family put in the hours. and she can hardly believe they own their own zero interest, zero down condo and promise to pay it forward. >> get more families involved and get more families applied to habitat. >> reporter: shannon explained what happened when her husband found out they were accepted into habitat. >> he was the one that got teary and just started holding me and
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